E1: 03B: G/L Receipt Post (R09801) Gives Intercompany Out of Balance Error When Using a High Exchange Rate in Receipt Batch (RB)
(Doc ID 2762777.1)
Last updated on MARCH 23, 2021
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When receiving cash in domestic mode for multiple foreign Invoices using Receipts Entry (R03B102), and only applying a small amount (EX: .25) with the currency exchange rate being large (EX: 94.25), the Receipt Post (R09801) is giving error "Intercompany Out of Balance" even though there are no other companies involved in the transactions.
Steps to duplicate:
- Verify you are using Intercompany Settlements (Note: If Intercompany Settlements is set to N, you will still get a "Companies out of Balance" error)
- In a Multi-currency environment, using a currency code with a large exchange rate, like Argentine pesos (ex: 94.25), enter two foreign invoices in Standard Invoice Entry (R03B2002) for the same customer with the Base company currency of ARS (Argentine Pesos) and transaction currency USD.
- Post the invoices
- Go to Receipts Entry (R03B102) and enter a Domestic receipt, fully paying at least one of foreign Invoices and the other invoice only apply a small amount (ex: .25).
- Attempt to Post the batch and note that you will get the following error on the R09801 General Ledger Post:
"Intercompany Out of Balance"
You will also see that the Out of Balance Post Error Report (R09801E) shows the RC and AE offsetting entries.
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